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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
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Ah! Sunflower. Ah! Sunflower! weary of time 64
The Lily. The modest rose puts forth a thorn 65
The Garden of Love. I laid me down upon a bank 65
The Little Vagabond. Dear mother, dear mother, the church is cold 66
London. I wander through each charter'd street 67
The Human Abstract. Pity would be no more 68
Infant Sorrow. My mother groaned, my father wept 69
Christian Forbearance. I was angry with my friend 69
A Little Boy Lost. Nought loves another as itself 70
A Little Girl Lost. Children of the future age 71
A Cradle Song. Sleep, sleep, beauty bright 73
The Schoolboy. I love to rise on a summer morn 74
To Tirzah. Whate'er is born of mortal birth 76
 
THE BOOK OF THEL 77


Introductory Note 85
The Birds. Where thou dwellest, in what grove 89
Broken Love. My spectre around me night and day 90
The Two Songs. I heard an angel singing 93
The Defiled Sanctuary. I saw a chapel all of gold 94
Cupid. Why was Cupid a boy? 95
The Woman taken in Adultery. The vision of Christ that thou dost see 96
Love's Secret. Never seek to tell thy love 98
The Wild Flower's Song. As I wandered in the forest 99
The Crystal Cabinet. The maiden caught me in the wild 100
Smile and Frown. There is a smile of love 102
The Golden Net. Beneath a white thorn's lovely May 103
The Land of Dreams. Awake, awake, my little boy 104
Mary. Sweet Mary, the first time she ever was there 105
Auguries of Innocence. To see a world in a grain of sand 107
The Mental Traveller. I travelled through a land of men 112
In A Myrtle Shade. To a lovely myrtle bound 118
William Bond. I wonder whether the girls are mad 119